EXPERT COMMENT: New housing can be affordable and homely if builders learn lessons from the car industry – and IKEA
Press Releases • Jan 12, 2018 11:40 GMT
Associate Professor in Architecture and Built Environment, David Morton, discusses affordable housing for The Conversation.
Press Releases • Jan 08, 2018 16:37 GMT
With a global reputation for high quality Nursing degrees, Northumbria University, Newcastle has started training more nurses in Malta to help the country’s national nursing shortage.
Press Releases • Jan 05, 2018 14:49 GMT
The first students to study on a new 18-month full-time work-based nursing degree have graduated, and with flying colours.
EXPERT COMMENT: How our minds construct the past, present and future depends on our relationship with time
Press Releases • Jan 03, 2018 13:12 GMT
Dr Sarah Duffy, Senior Lecturer in Languages and Linguistics at Northumbria University, discusses different perspectives of time for The Conversation.
Press Releases • Dec 20, 2017 09:15 GMT
Katy Jenkins, Associate Professor of International Development and Co-Director of the Centre for International Development at Northumbria University, writes in Discover Society about her sociological photography project.
EXPERT COMMENT: Cat Person: a creative writing expert on why you should read the short story for the #metoo age
Press Releases • Dec 19, 2017 16:35 GMT
Tony Williams, Associate Professor of Creative Writing at Northumbria University, discusses Kristen Roupenian's debut book: Cat Person, which has gone viral worldwide for it's take on modern-day dating.
EXPERT COMMENT: The Dunciad: Giles Coren’s sexist attack on Jane Austen has unpleasant echoes of Alexander Pope
Press Releases • Dec 18, 2017 14:37 GMT
Claudine Van Hensbergen, Senior Lecturer in 18th Century English Literature, discusses language used by Giles Coren when criticising Jane Austen literature. In his latest documentary, and accompanying article, Giles Coren reinvents himself as a literary critic. The problem is, he’s not a very good one.
Press Releases • Dec 15, 2017 10:31 GMT
The Honorary Consuls for Sweden, Germany and France have visited Northumbria University to discuss their consular and cultural diplomacy initiatives, and how they can support international students.
Press Releases • Dec 14, 2017 11:42 GMT
A team of Northumbria University academics are presenting the findings from a joint initiative with the Swedish Red Cross at a global conference in Stockholm, Sweden, this week.
Press Releases • Dec 14, 2017 10:43 GMT
A Northumbria University academic who specialises in the psychological factors around football has been recognised for her distinguished contribution to sport and exercise psychology.
Press Releases • Dec 12, 2017 10:36 GMT
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Elizabeth Sillence and PhD Researcher and Demonstrator, Lauren Georgia Bussey, write about talking to your doctor about what you find online for The Conversation.
Press Releases • Dec 11, 2017 13:47 GMT
Northumbria law lecturer, Victoria Roper, has been appointed to the Law Society’s influential Education and Training Committee.
Press Releases • Dec 07, 2017 11:44 GMT
A Northumbria graduate, who has carried out unique research exploring the relationship between place and architectural design through extensive walked enquiry into the landscape, has been awarded one of the architecture profession’s most prestigious student prizes.
EXPERT COMMENT: Why Hamilton reminds us of the roots of British musical theatre in political activism
Press Releases • Dec 05, 2017 15:45 GMT
Claudine van Hensbergen, Senior Lecturer in 18th century English Literature, writes about the links between stage musicals and political activism for The Conversation.
Press Releases • Dec 04, 2017 17:00 GMT
Dr Connal Parr writes about Brexit and the Irish border for The Conversation.
Press Releases • Dec 04, 2017 11:25 GMT
Research by a Northumbria University academic is helping an influential Norwegian Parliamentary Commission investigate and improve international maritime safety laws.
EXPERT COMMENT: An end to ‘want, disease, ignorance, squalor and idleness’: why the Beveridge report flew off the shelves in 1942
Press Releases • Dec 01, 2017 11:38 GMT
Professor of Public Policy at Northumbria, Irene Hardill, collaborated with academics from the University of Southampton and University College London on an article for the Conversation.